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On 7 April 2014 13:53, Joachim Thiemann <joachim.thiemann%gmail.com@localhost>
> Hello, just being curious: has anyone looked at getting NetBSD booting
> on the Exynos? To be specific, anyone else looking at an
> ARM-Chromebook and thinking "wouldn't it be great if..."
> I already have arch booting off SD on mine. I'd be happy being a
> guinea pig if someone has a kernel to try...
There's no way to '"legally" boot any other kernel than the Chrome OS
kernel on that Chromebook. I used to have it. If you look on the
Armedslack mailing list archives you'll find some notes of mine.
You might hack the firmware and unlock it, but I am not sure if the
Netbsd kernel would compile on it and which open source drivers are
available in the wild.
I have no idea about other Exynos products. It's a great processor and
it would be my dream to have Netbsd running on it.
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